part 2Video Rating: 4 / 5
really enjoyed the trumpet player. later i thought it was a horn but it was BH, doing “high pads” with his volume knob. long live the present king of guitar.hoping he can develop his craft even further , focus and out-do himself . folks complain about things like crap music and its popularity (justin beiber) , this cat has a way of balancing that mess out for me . think about the kid that comes along who started out snackin on buckets style , how good is that guy gonna sound ? thanks bucket !!!
weather you dig his style or not , you have to admit he is talented , worked his ass off , did his own thing , has his own sound (which is very versatile compared to past guitar “gods” ) and developed the best yet “legend” . that is one of the things i really respect about this guy , his fake ass backstory has to be the best yet , and will not be out-done for a long , long time .
@DarkeningSkies1 that’s a great idea
Far as I’m concerned, there should be an “out” music channel that broadcasts shows like this 24/7. I could watch a concert like this for five hours straight. So damn cool…
this most likely looks like Buckethead with Praxis
its like the music of the future
GOD, I love music
is that brian aka brain as in the one who drummed for primus??
This guy could play any style and play with any band. Extremely talented and not afraid to do his own thing and not what the big labels want. He has my respect.
wonder why he is wearing a kameez….
This man is no Darrell!
LOL, those credits were fittingly trippy
@Skinr54 Bill Laswell, musical guru and frequent Bucket collaborator…punch his name into the search bar and be rewarded with good music
Who was that playing bass?
@ghostrid3 watch?v=Dat4gxDDzGg, here ya go, enjoy
beep beep beep beep beep…
@LawyerScumGhost video link not there?
those fans are probly like “what the fuck is this?” hahaha
That concert went from amazing to out of this universe when Bootsy showed up. You have my infinite thanks for posting this.
The fact that I still struggle to fully wrap my head around the genius that is Buckethead, I will not stop trying. This stuff is just incredible.
PBS soundstage and the PBS audience got raped by this performance cause they didn’t know what just hit them!
If you don’t know who they are you should check out Praxxis.
Buckethead Brain Bill Lazwell Bootsy Collins
I absolutely love this. However, I really wish we could’ve heard more Pete Cosey (big fella sitting, on the guitar @ beginning of ‘Funk Alive..’) – his work with Miles Davis on Agharta (partic. Prelude), Pangaea, and Dark Magus (partic. Tatu, which is under my Favorites) is phenomenal. Works w/ Muddy Waters were groundbreaking… Amazing man, fascinating story..
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